The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars, 30-14, on Sunday afternoon to remain undefeated on the season.
Here's a look at the players on offense, defense and special teams that saw the most action on Sunday.
|Player||Position||Offensive Snaps||Percentage of Total Offensive Snaps|
|Cameron Erving||Offensive Guard||70||100%|
|Eric Fisher||Offensive Tackle||70||100%|
|Mitchell Schwartz||Offensive Tackle||70||100%|
|Travis Kelce||Tight End||66||94%|
|Laurent Duvernay-Tardif||Offensive Guard||64||91%|
|Tyreek Hill||Wide Receiver||64||91%|
|Sammy Watkins||Wide Receiver||60||86%|
|Kareem Hunt||Running Back||52||74%|
-Tight end Travis Kelce led all pass-catchers in offensive snaps once again on Sunday (66; 94 percent), doing so for a fifth-straight week. The All-Pro tight end caught five passes for a team-high 100 yards on the day, marking his 13th 100-yard game since the beginning of the 2016 season – tied with Falcons' wide receiver Julio Jones and Steelers' wide receiver Antonio Brown for the most in the NFL.
-Wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who was listed as questionable entering the game with a hamstring injury, played 60 offensive snaps (86 percent). Watkins caught a team-high six passes for 78 yards.
-Tailback Kareem Hunt played a season-high 74 percent of Kansas City's offensive snaps (52), rushing for 87 yards and a touchdown.
|Player||Position||Defensive Snaps||Percentage of Total Defensive Snaps|
|Allen Bailey||Defensive End||62||75%|
-Cornerbacks Kendall Fuller (7 tackles) and Steve Nelson (3 tackles, 2 passes defensed, 1 interception) and safety Ron Parker (3 tackles, 2 passes defensed) each played all 83 of Kansas City's defensive snaps. Nelson tallied the first interception of his career late in the first half.
-Linebackers Breeland Speaks (67 percent) and Tanoh Kpassagnon (40 percent) each saw their most playing time of the season. Speaks recovered a fumble in the first half.
-Another young player, defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi, tallied 40 defensive snaps (48 percent) in his most action of the season.
-Safety Jordan Lucas played a season-high 56 defensive snaps (67 percent) following injuries to fellow safeties Eric Murray and Armani Watts – and he made the most of it. The third-year defensive back recorded six tackles (4 solo) and the first interception of his career late in the game.
-Linebacker Terrance Smith played a season-high 64 percent of the Chiefs' defensive snaps (53), tallying five tackles (4 solo) and the first sack of his professional career. Smith also played 18 snaps on special teams.
|Player||Position||Special Teams Snaps||Percentage of Total Special Teams Snaps|
|Demetrius Harris||Tight End||22||92%|
-Tight end Demetrius Harris played a team-leading 22 snaps on special teams (92 percent). It marked the highest percentage of special teams' snaps recorded by a Chiefs' player this season. Harris also played 29 snaps on offense (41 percent), catching one pass for five yards.
-Fullback Anthony Sherman played 20 snaps on special teams (83 percent).